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Chronixx Debut In The USA

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Reggae On The River

Reggae On The River

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Reeves-Reed Arboretum Brings Live Reggae

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Let's Talk About Our Taste In Reggae Music

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Rastafarianism Officially Recognized As a Religion in Prision

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UB40's Secret To Success

UB40's Secret To Success

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Roger Lewis Inspired By Stevie Wonder

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The Natti Love Joys Brings Reggae To Alabama

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Kafinal Honor Desmond Dekker

Kafinal Honor Desmond Dekker

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Chronixx Hits The Top Spot On The Reggae Billboards

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Malu, 18, Spread Message Of Love

Jacob Hurt is spreading a message of peace one song at a time. “My message is to spread love, peace, and to change the modern perspective on how we view each other as humans,” said Hurt. The 18-year old Portales High School senior is a budding reggae artist, complete with…
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Taking Reggae Back To Its Roots

Long before Snoop Lion was an unripe bud-dream in Snoop Dogg's bizong, Rastafarians were influencing and shaping Jamaica's notoriously prolific musical output. Count Ossie teamed up with the Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari (a Rastafarian drumming group), who provided the percussion for his 1962 ska prototype Oh Carolina (the same one…
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Phenomenal Artistes Have Short Lifespans

One of the noticeable features of many early outstanding entertainers is their short lifespan. Bob Marley lived for only 36 years; Bobby Darin survived for a year longer; Roy Hamilton managed to make it to 40, while Nat King Cole died at age 45. Jamaica's child prodigy and the dean…
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Alborosie Rub A Dub Roots Reggae

Describing his latest compilation as a 'rub-a-dub roots-reggae' album, international reggae superstar Alborosie says he is going back to basics for his fourth effort. Already scheduled for a July release under the Greensleeves label, Alborosie told The Sunday Gleaner that Sound The System echoes his 20 years as a reggae…
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Eddie Murphy And Snoop Lion Reggae Song Redlight!

This sort of blew our minds! Eddie Murphy is BACK in the recording studio and he brought Snoop Lion along to back him up! The two cut a reggae-rific new song called 'Redlight'. And we gotta say, BOTH of these guys can really sing! Eddie hasn't done much serious singing…
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Toots Hibbert 21 Million Law Suit

Frederick “Toots” Hibbert has filed a lawsuit seeking $21 million against a young Henrico County man accused of throwing a vodka bottle at the reggae singer during a recent concert in Richmond.The lawsuit, filed June 4 in Richmond Circuit Court against William Connor Lewis, seeks $1 million in compensatory damages…
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